|Flag of Grenada|
|Adopted||February 7, 1974 |
|Designed by||Anthony C. George |
The flag of Grenada is a red-bordered quartered gyronny of yellow and green. Centred in both the upper and lower portions of the red border are three yellow five-pointed stars in a row. Near the centre of the green triangle nearest the hoist is a yellow and red stylized nutmeg. In the centre of the flag is a small emblem, a yellow five-pointed star with a circumscribed red disc.
Red, yellow, and green are the Pan-African colours, which on this flag represent the island's African culture.  The colours also have the following symbolism:
|yellow||sunshine, warmth, and wisdom |
|green||agriculture and vegetation |
The large star in the centre of the flag represent Saint George, Grenada's capital city. The six outer stars represent Grenada's six parishes, and the nutmeg is Grenada's major export.